Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

Living sustainably should be easier. Curious about a zero waste lifestyle? Want to know what the “circular economy” or “slow fashion” really means? Each episode, brought to you from by eco-expert Laura Alexander Wittig, features daily, actionable tips to help you live your life more sustainably. Start changing the world by listening to a new, bite-sized episode every week. For more info, visit

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Wednesday Sep 21, 2022

If you're feeling anxious about the current state of our planet, you're not alone. These feelings, coined as "eco-anxiety" and "climate anxiety," have been affecting all of us in different ways. This week, we're resharing a past episode we love featuring Dr. Renee Lertzman—a researcher, educator, and eco-engagement strategist—about what eco-anxiety is and how we can turn these feelings into positive actions that are good for our own mental well-being and the planet. For show notes, visit

Wednesday Sep 14, 2022

All it takes is a quick scroll through Remy Morimoto Park’s Instagram feed to inspire you to whip up a delicious vegan meal or make a lifestyle change that betters the planet. This week, the founder of Veggiekins is here to chat about her sustainability journey, dealing with trolls, and how she stays authentic on social media.

Wednesday Sep 07, 2022

Over the last couple of decades, small and big businesses alike have begun incorporating sustainability commitments into their business models. Whether it’s going carbon neutral or switching to compostable packaging, these promises surrounding a company's efforts are ubiquitous. But when it comes to eco-conscious business practices, how can a consumer determine what's genuine and what's greenwashing? This week, Jeffrey Hollender, co-founder and former CEO of Seventh Generation and current CEO of the American Sustainable Business Network, answers all your questions. For show notes, visit

Wednesday Aug 31, 2022

When it comes to building a sustainable wardrobe, a lot of focus (read: ire) falls to fast fashion. But what about footwear? Though shoes are designed to travel with you, it's the journey from factory to foot that is cause for concern—and that entrepreneurs, like Jordan Clark of Dooeys, are striving to reimagine. For show notes, visit

Wednesday Aug 24, 2022

We support all creatures, great and small. We also take the opportunity to learn from animals, because they can teach us a lot. This week, Julie C. Henry, author of Wisdom from the Wild, shares how both new and experienced leaders can learn from—and be inspired by—the wildlife around them, whether that’s a naked mole rat or a sea cucumber. For show notes, visit

Wednesday Aug 17, 2022

10 years ago, most people's version of being energy-efficient was running a fan instead of an air conditioner. While that's still a great move, technology is making it easier than ever to help the planet—and the rise in residential solar panels in neighborhoods across the country is one such advance already making an impact. This week, James Lawler, founder of Climate Now, discusses residential solar in detail—a topic so many people are curious about but have yet to fully dive into. For show notes, visit

Wednesday Aug 10, 2022

Typical back-to-school essentials include clothing from fast fashion brands, stacks of new textbooks and notebooks, and plastic school supplies. The good news is there are simple steps you can take to make this school year your most planet-friendly yet. Whether you're a college student or a parent, this week's episode is loaded with tips and tricks to start your year on a sustainable note. For show notes, visit

Wednesday Aug 03, 2022

If adopting a plant-based diet is among your strategies for bettering the planet, you’re not alone. This week, Nisha Vora, the lawyer turned plant-based chef and cookbook author behind Rainbow Plant Life, shares how to cook up vegan dishes even the pickiest eaters will enjoy, ways you can develop more sustainable habits in the kitchen, and more. For show notes, visit

Wednesday Jul 27, 2022

Entrepreneurship and product innovation are the true drivers of change within the vision of a more sustainable future. There's always room for more people to work on solutions, small and large, that can change our way of life for the better. This week, Julia Collins, founder of Planet FWD and Moonshot, shares what goes into starting a planet-friendly business from scratch, insight into innovation within the sustainability sector, and more. For show notes, visit

Wednesday Jul 20, 2022

Earlier this year, we dropped our 2022 Sustainability Trends Report—and one of the buzziest of the bunch was waterless beauty. In this week’s episode, Kate McLeod, the pastry-chef-turned-beauty-entrepreneur behind the brand of the same name, discusses the rise of waterless beauty, why it’s better for the planet, and why you should give it a try. For show notes, visit


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